Rogan Nash Architects is an award-winning Auckland based architectural and interior design practice providing boutique design with exceptional service founded by Kate Rogan and Eva Nash. Our creative team delivers innovative and flexible design solutions that support sustainability wherever possible. We focus on new houses, additions and alterations, small commercial projects and hospitality. Rogan Nash Architects is an NZIA Practice member.
Kate Rogan | Director
Registered Architect, ANZIA, BArch (Hons), BAS
Kate has a variety of architectural experience, from focusing on office design (whilst working in London) to dealing with high-end houses back in New Zealand (both at Stevens Lawson Architects and at her own practice Kate Rogan Architecture). Kate is a registered architect in New Zealand and member of the New Zealand Institute of Architects. She has been a Professional Teaching Fellow and critic of Design at the University of Auckland (School of Architecture). Kate is widely published, including writing for Urbis and Houses, assisting in styling for Home NZ and as Home Design Editor for Sunday Star Times’ Sunday Magazine. She currently writes for Houzz. She has twice judged the NZIA Local Architecture Awards and appeared as a Guest Expert on TVNZ’s Our First Home. Kate is also interested in interiors and furniture, check out her blog: By Accident Or Design.
Eva Nash | Director
Registered Architect, ANZIA, March (Hons) Sustainable Design, BArch (Hons), BAS
Eva has a love for residential architecture which has taken her around the globe working on apartment buildings in Dubai, to New York where she worked for David Howell Design to being an associate at Bossley Architects back in Auckland. She is a registered architect in New Zealand and member of the New Zealand Institute of Architects. She has been a critic of Design at the University of Auckland (School of Architecture) and Unitec Institute of Technology (SCALA). Eva is passionate about sustainable design and has a Masters Degree in Residential Sustainability. She has spoken at a variety of events from the NZ Green Building Council to the Australian Housing Researchers conference. Her work has also been published in Home NZ and Build magazine. Most recently Eva appeared as a Resident Expert on TVNZ’s Our First Home.